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Similar to a calathea medallion, the Calathea Roseopicta Marion has bright, feathered variegation. The bright leaves are eye catching and create a bold statement wherever it's displayed.
You can’t help but stop and stare at a calathea when you see them at our shop. You think “how can leaves look like a painting?”. Calatheas are native to tropical Americas, growing underneath canopies in rainforests. Like other species in the Marantaceae family, these plants raise their leaves during the night as if they were praying, earning them the nickname “prayer plant.” These plants can be sensitive to harsh chemicals in tap water, so it is recommended to use distilled or rain water to avoid burned edges. Remove any yellow leaves to direct the plant’s energy to new growth.
It is happiest in medium to low light, consistent watering, high humidity and it is non toxic ,pet friendly.